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. the state is being proactive, limiting the spending of tax dollars in areas at high risk of flooding. >> no flooding tonight. just mild temperatures. look at these readings right now. it's going to stay warm as well. 59, east/southeast winds at 7. humidity, 80%. come back and take a look at the halloween and weekend after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> already at 59 degrees now. fog around the region. 54 in oakland. 60 in d.c., easton at 63. and locally, upper 50s to low 60s. it's not going to get that chilly tonight. because the cloud cover is around the region. and we've got east/southeast winds becoming more southerly overnight. that will keep temperatures up cop paired to -- compared recently. light wind, east flow, coming off the thrntzic ocean -- atlantic ocean. with light winds overnight. we'll probably see scattered fog forming. there's warm air to the south of us. look at this. 73, 74. this mild air ised hading in our general direction. most of the east coast will be pretty mild. to the west, it's a lot colder. it's actually moderated quite a bit. but much colder air going to move
deadline will face a tax penalty of $95. >>> the weather seems to be holding up. as people around the state venture outside to celebrate halloween. in towson, sky eye chopper 13 found some trick or treaters are already out collecting candy. at the national aquarium in baltimore. this diver is getting into the halloween spirit by carving a pumpkin under water, with 20 black-tipped reef sharks circling. moments ago at the white house. the president and first lady were handing out treats. meteorologist tim williams. we begin with bob turk in the first warning weather center. >> mild afternoon and mild evening will. we have light rain activity. take a look west of radar. light rain has moved in. it's moving off to the north and northeast. batch of light rain out here. you request see this out here in west virginia. it's moving off to the north and northeast. i think at this point, we might see some of that action in the baltimore d.c. area. if you're going to go out with the kids, probably better to go out early rather than later. it's going to be very, very mild. temperature-wise, around the r
. >> by having mixed use development there. these are all going to be opportunities for the city to generate tax revenue at some point down the road. >> reporter: a public meeting to review the projects environmental safeguards will be he'll november 14th. i'm pat warren reporting from the inner harbor, now back to you on tv hill. >>> and epa is ordering more air samples. >>> the lights are out on the washington monument in d. c. but it's good news the decorative lights which have been on nightly since july 8th are being turned off so that 500-tons of scaffolding can come down. workers have repaired most of the damage from the earthquake two years ago. it will take three months to bring the exterior scaffolding down. >> we need you to go to the top of the monument and start disassembling this and don't drop anything. incredible work. >>> still to come on wjz eyewitness news. emotional protest why thousands in iran are so angry with the u.s. >>> between a rock and a hard place literally. how a new york college student wound up stuck between two walls. >>> i'm meteorologist chelsea ingram live at
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